Choose from Half, Short or Full Day walks or talk to us to tailor your own special walk.

Full Day hikes take long distance routes on the coastal footpath or across the hills lasting between 5-8 hours.

Short Day walks take about 5 hours and run from mid-morning to mid-afternoon all over the Island.

Half Day walks are 2-3 hours in length and can be in the morning, afternoon or evening.

See below for the walks we offer or contact us for more details.

Narrow down your choice,
by selecting your preferred length of walk

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Round the Sound

Take in the views on one of the best coastal walks in the British Isles! We explore near the Chasms (deeply fissured rock formations), the Sugarloaf (home to kittiwakes, guillemots and razorbills), the promontories of Black Head and Spanish Head, and views over the Sound to the Calf of Man and Kitterland with their colonies of seals…..and much more.

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Shore to summit – Laxey to Snaefell summit & back

We start at Laxey promenade and head up to King Orry’s Grave. Taking tracks up the side of Slieau Lhean and then drop down to the Black Hut on the Mountain Road TT course. Up the steep side of Snaefell to the top of the Island, we then follow the track down to the Bungalow and Snaefell Mines and down the miners’ track to Agneash, the Great Laxey Wheel and back to Laxey Promenade.

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The Northern Ridge – Snaefell summit to Ramsey

We head to the top of Snaefell by the Snaefell Mountain Railway – or get off at the Bungalow to walk to the top; then head from the highest point on the Island along the rounded ridge to Clagh Ouyr and North Barrule, and on to Ramsey past Ballure Reservoir and Plantation. A linear walk over some of the Isle of Man’s wild hill and moorland landscapes with views over hills and the northern plain.

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East coast hike – from Ronaldsway to Douglas on the Raad ny Foillan

Follow the coastal footpath (Raad ny Foillan) from Ronaldsway Airport to Douglas Harbour along the east coast visiting promontory forts and keeill (early chapel) sites as we go, exploring Port Soderick and Marine Drive and seeing remarkable geological formations.This linear route provides great coastal walking with fine views along the east coast.

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The Herring Way – Peel to Castletown

The Castle challenge: from Peel Castle to Castle Rushen through some superb southern landscapes following an old route linking the ports of Peel and Castletown. This linear walk leads us alongside the River Neb then along the line of the old Peel–Douglas railway line to Glenfaba Mill. We follow the coastal footpath to Glen Maye, inland to the foot of South Barrule, and head for the Silverburn, passing Rushen Abbey on our way to Castletown.

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Castletown, Langness & Fort Island – coast, wildlife & history

A great mix of coastal walking and wildlife,with the medieval and modern history of the Isle of Man. Beginning at Castle Rushen, we follow the coast past Hango Hill, through Derbyhaven and onto Langness to see the Iron Age and Norse promontory forts, the landmark tower, the Provider stone, and then on to the medieval chapel and Derby fort on St Michael’s Isle. Look out for birds of the shore and sea.

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Norse, World War II & maybe wallabies – Jurby & Ballaugh Curragh

We explore St Patrick’s Church, Jurby, with its Norse crosses, RAF connections and cemetery then walk past Keeill Kickle, Ballateare and the site of Killane mill. We then dip into the wetlands of Ballaugh Curragh and walk back by Jurby airfield and the new transport museum. From Ancient Viking sites to the RAF; from local wildlife to the chance of seeing a wallaby.

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